Analysis of Out Out by Robert Frost Essay Examples

Frost has also used alliteration whereby there is a repetition of the initial consonant sounds (Pilkington 44). For instance in line one, ”Whose woods…” line two, “His house…” line four, “…watch his wood fill up with…” in the ninth line” He gives his harness…” and line thirteen “…dark and deep (Kennedy and Dana 31). The use of this sounds has helped in creating a beautiful, musical rhythm, and pleasant sound to the reader or the listener. Frost mostly focuses on the theme of nature. He also shows how the speaker’s responsibilities keep him away from stopping as well as enjoying the beautiful nature. He nearly envies the heritor of the woods. The speaker holds on his...

Frost consists of four quatrains and a simple central narrative. Its scene is understated without emphasis. In the poem, the narrator stops to admire the woods on a snowy evening. As he is admiring the woods, he reflects on whether the owner of the woods is watching him, but later his reflections are interrupted by his imaginations of what his little horse was thinking. He thinks that the horse is thinking it is weird to stop by the woods on such a dark evening. He furthermore notes that the horse was shaking his harness bells as a result of the anxiety and by contrast, he realizes that the only other sound in the woods is of the sweeping wind and downy flake. The narrator’s interests are...